Cardarine and carbohydrates.

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If Cardarine causes the body to prefer and utilize fat for fuel, would consuming a high carbohydrate diet induce insulin resistance due to the body preferring to metabolize fat for energy?
 
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We know Cardarine is excellent at increasing insulin sensitivity, so I can't really see a scenario where the Cardarine would induce insulin resistance; if that were to happen, it would be despite the Cardarine, not because of it.
 
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We know Cardarine is excellent at increasing insulin sensitivity, so I can't really see a scenario where the Cardarine would induce insulin resistance; if that were to happen, it would be despite the Cardarine, not because of it.
Thanks for the feedback. So basically carbohydrate metabolism should still work properly even though Cardarine causes fat to be used for fuel. Would be nice if they continued human studies on this.
 
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